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INTERVIEW: 10 Minutes with… Théâtre Volière

Natasha and Mick Wood are a husband and wife team who are the driving force behindThéâtre Volière which is based in Strasbourg and oftendescribedas a "family circus". Their latest production Poilu and Tommy opens at The Courtyard Theatre in London later this month. Natasha and Mick talk to Robin Winters about their work and the show. Tell us about Théâtre ...

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INTERVIEW: 10 minutes with Alice Bonifacio

Playing the lead in a classic play is surely every actor’s dream, so landing the title rôle in Ibsen’s Hedda Gabler for your professional debut must be both incredibly exciting and a little overwhelming. During a rare break at the Millfield Theatre, Icarus Theatre’s Alice Bonifacio spoke to Robin Winters about fjords, fires and fiendish females. What does is feel ...

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INTERVIEW: 10 Minutes with Brendan Cole

Fresh from another series of the hit primetime television dance spectacular Strictly Come Dancing, New Zealander Brendan Cole talks to John Roberts about the show and his forthcoming solo UK tour License to Thrill You are one of the only professional dancers to have taken part in all 11 series of Strictly Come Dancing – what keeps you going back? ...

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INTERVIEW: 10 minutes with Jenna Russell

She’s tried her hand at most forms of performing art but her first love is theatre, particularly that of Stephen Sondheim. She’s sung the theme song for Red Dwarf and battled Daleks with Christopher Ecclestone’s Doctor, but always returns to the stage. Paul Couch spoke to West End star Jenna Russell. Earlier this year, you played Mary Flynn in Merrily ...

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INTERVIEW: 10 minutes with Joseph Seelig

The London International Mime Festival has been attracting audiences to its eclectic and ground-breaking offerings since 1977. Now in its 38th year, Paul Couch spoke to festival Artistic Director Joseph Seelig. The 2014 London International Mime Festival kicks off on January 8. What can we expect? Another terrific season of innovative and boundary-breaking visual theatre; a carefully curated, selected, group ...

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INTERVIEW: 10 Minutes with Eden Espinosa

Best known for playing the rôle of Elphaba in the original Broadway production of Wicked and being in the original cast of Brooklyn, Eden Espinosa is coming to the UK to star in returning festive favourite Christmas in New York. Nicole Evans caught up with her to talk about the show, inspirations and the IMEAs. You are coming to the ...

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Interview: 10 minutes with… Steve Larkin

Performance poet and spoken word artist Steve Larkin is currently touring the UK with a theatre piece - Not on Normal Courtyard Exercise (N.O.N.C.E.) - based on real life events that took place while he was on a year-long residency at HMP Grendon Underwoood. After the last night of a three night run in Camden, Steve spoke to Andy Moseley ...

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INTERVIEW: 10 minutes with… ETT Director Rachel Tackley

English Touring Theatre was founded in 1993 to create outstanding theatre and tour it to the widest possible audience.In 2008 Rachel Tackley took over the directorship of the company, making ETT the first large scale subsidised touring company to be producer-led.Under Tackley's leadership the scope of ETT's work widened to include adaptations of classic novels (Great Expectations, Grapes of Wrath), ...

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